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Recruits impressed by UM’s spring football game

by Margaret Willard

The University of Miami football team’s spring game was more than a chance to see its players in action. It also was a chance to impress recruits who might be considering becoming future Hurricanes.

According to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, UM’s 2023 recruiting class ranks No. 21  nationally and No. 3 in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

If the reaction of recruits is any indication, those rankings could improve.

“I think the program is in good hands, and it’s going to be very exciting to watch them over the next few years,” said Colin Hurley, Jacksonville Trinity Christian Dillard quarterback. He is uncommitted.

– Joe Henderson, Extensive Enterprises Media

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